Dr. JP Pawliw-Fry is an author and columnist, and a performance coach to Olympic athletes and business leaders. He melds state-of-the-art research with powerful inspiration to create thought-provoking and moving keynote presentations—on the subjects of leadership, performance, and managing change.
Pawliw-Fry has trained at Harvard Medical School’s Mind Body Medical Institute, and the Stress Clinic at the University of Massachusetts Medical Center. He is the co-founder of the Institute for Health and Human Potential, an organization that turns its research and development work into new ideas and models that can help individuals and organizations gain an edge in the competitive world. To this end, he has worked closely with the Canadian Olympic men’s volleyball team at three Olympic Games, with the Orlando Magic, and with executives of the NHL, the NBA, the NFL, and the US Olympic committee.
As a writer, Pawliw-Fry is a contributing columnist for The Economic Times (a newspaper with the second-highest circulation in the world), and has authored Leadership Rewired: The New Science of Sustainable Performance.
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JP Pawliw-Fry is a keynote speaker and industry expert who speaks on a wide range of topics . The estimated speaking fee range to book JP Pawliw-Fry for your event is $20,000 - $30,000. JP Pawliw-Fry generally travels from Toronto, ON, Canada and can be booked for (private) corporate events, personal appearances, keynote speeches, or other performances. Similar motivational celebrity speakers are Viola Davis, Amy Poehler, Amy Schumer, Rashida Jones and Julia Louis-Dreyfus. Contact All American Speakers for ratings, reviews, videos and information on scheduling JP Pawliw-Fry for an upcoming event.
In our experience of delivering hundreds of keynotes every year, we find the most impactful keynotes have an experience that expands beyond the presentation for both the individual participants and the client organization. Our approach to keynotes incorporates three key elements that engage the participant and organization before, during and after the keynote. Outlined below are the three components and how they contribute to an engaging experience.
Within the week before a keynote is delivered, we send out a custom link that directs participants to a branded page on our website. On this page they will find a link to a short (4 minute) survey to help uncover some key organizational challenges. The data from this survey provides the speaker with insights that are used to ensure the presentation addresses directly some of the challenges identified by the respondents. The aggregate results (individual results are confidential) are presented as part of the keynote, providing a connection to the content and the audience.
The pre-keynote survey serves as a great segue to the core content of the presentation priming interest and attendees with a receptive mindset. The familiarity of the experience from the survey information combined with the thought-provoking, entertaining keynote presentation (developed and refined over working with a variety of audiences) ensures that the participants are engaged, and eager to learn.
To provide a robust experience for the organization, our speakers make themselves available for a one hour leadership briefing with your senior team immediately following the presentation to give them an opportunity to ask questions, build on the insights delivered in the keynote and develop thoughts regarding how best to apply the lessons learned and put the strategies & tools into practice. We offer this pre, event and post-keynote approach at no incremental cost as it is important to us that organizations experience the highest level of sustainable learning and swift movement toward behavior change.
Why are some people able to deliver under pressure while others fall apart? This program, based on the ground-breaking New York Times bestselling book, Performing Under Pressure, The Science of Doing Your Best When It Matters Most, answers this question. After studying more than 12,000 individuals from around the world, over seven years, IHHP learned what the top 10% performers do to succeed under pressure.
In this innovative, case study driven program, you will learn:
? How to better manage pressure so instead of becoming a ‘derailer’ it becomes a competitive advantage to grow your career and help your organization drive performance.
? Research from our study of 12,000 people and what the top 10% did to excel under pressure.
? Three pressure insights that will help you avoid the sabotaging effects of pressure.
? Stories of leaders and organizations who have managed pressure effectively to get to the other side of performance.
? How to build your ‘COTE of Armor’ (Confidence, Optimism, Tenacity, Enthusiasm) to help inoculate you against pressure and increase your confidence as you walk into any pressure situation.
If the Hippocratic Oath main directive is ‘first, do no harm,’ then the brain’s is ‘first, keep alive.’ Yet the usual approach most organizations take in managing change and disruption does not take into consideration this neurological reality. Leaders bring their ‘five-point strategies’ or get overly focused on the latest technology and completely miss that real change happens in the mind, and more specifically, in the operating systems (the brains) of their people. To get your organization to successfully adapt to external disruption and the new world of work, requires managers and leaders to accept that all change is personal and that until they start managing from this point of view, their people will not step into uncertainty and take the risks required to achieve successful change efforts. In this provocative keynote, your team will hear about other organizations that have succeeded in adapting to change and disruption by leveraging the operating system of the brain.
Your team will learn:
? How to identify the traps leaders fall into as they attempt to manage the pressure of change.
? How to create an environment of risk-taking and learning to adapt to disruption.
? Concrete tools to help leaders manage their emotions, thoughts and conversations to lead more effectively in the face of change and uncertainty.
? How to help your organization take action and approach the pressure associated with change and disruption with more confidence and enthusiasm.
When facing a challenging conversation, most managers adequately cover the first 92% of content they want to cover. When they get to the more difficult part of the conversation, more often than not, they avoid the last 8% of the conversation. What’s missed is the critical information and feedback an individual or organization needs to improve performance, grow and achieve objectives. Having the “Last 8% Conversation” is one of the key differentiators of world class organizations and while having them is not easy, it is a skill that can be learned and mastered.
In this powerful keynote, your team will learn:
? What is a “Last 8% Conversation” and why most people avoid them.
? How to have these conversations in a way that the other person can hear us.
? How to navigate the difficult emotions that typically prompt us to avoid the Last 8% Conversation.
? How to inspire your team to be more courageous and skillfully step into having the conversations they need to have.
Why would anyone want to be led you? This is the single most important question a manager or leader needs to ask themselves if they want to unlock the potential and creativity of their people. The reason your employees get up in the morning and choose to be engaged and productive has nothing to do with a manager’s level of IQ or technical capabilities; it has everything to do with their manager’s level of Emotional Intelligence (EI). The research is clear that Emotional Intelligence is the single most important driver of an engaged, results-driven, highly effective workforce, especially in environments that are undergoing significant change and disruption.
In this interactive keynote, your team will discover:
-What the brain does under pressure and specific tools & strategies to effectively manage situations of tension and conflict.
-Self-awareness: understanding the impact of your leadership style and how to win the hearts and minds of your people by connecting to the emotions that drive their behavior.
-Engaging stories from the frontlines of leaders who are stepping up and winning in the most challenging, pressure-filled circumstances.
NEW YORK, Oct. 19, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Dr. J. P. Pawliw-Fry, renowned thought leader on the subject of emotional intelligence to increase leadership and ...
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